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Sweet Heat
 

Sweet Heat

Mildly spicy peppers are delicious raw or cooked. Pick them green or red.

Height: 10in (25cm)
Width: 14in. (35cm)
Exposure: Full Sun - 6+ hours direct sun
Fruit size: 3-4in (8-10cm)
Days to harvest: 56


 

Description

Tasty 'Sweet Heat' can produce 65% higher vitamin C content than the average garden pepper.** Mildly spicy peppers are delicious raw or cooked whether you pick them green or red. Extreme earliness gives sweetness of ripe fruit with just the right amount of spice. Compact, bushy plants work well in gardens and large planters.

**Based on vegetables grown under our trial conditions and harvested when ripe. Actual harvest results may vary.


Planting Instructions

Planting instructions for the vegetable varieties in the BOOST Collection can be found at the following links:


History

New BOOST is a collection of truly unique, tasty vegetable varieties selected for higher levels of antioxidants than other home garden vegetable varieties. They're the perfect fit with your active lifestyle and quest for higher nutrition! BOOST is sure to be the most talked about and exciting innovation in the home vegetable garden in years.

Nutritional Features

'Gold Standard' Cucumber

  • 500% more beta-carotene

'Sweet Heat' Pepper

  • 65% more vitamin C

'Healing Hands' Salad Mix

  • 20% more lutein
  • 30% more beta-carotene
  • 30% more carotenoids
  • 70% more anthocyanins

'Cherry Punch' Tomato

  • 30% more vitamin C
  • 40% more lycopene

'Power Pops' Tomato

  • 55% more lycopene
  • 40% more carotenoids

'Solar Power' Tomato

  • 300% more beta-carotene

'Tasti-Lee' Tomato

  • 40% morelycopene

'Mighty Sweet' Tomato

  • 45% more lycopene

(Comparisons based on results of product grown under our trial conditions and compared to other home garden varieties. Actual results may vary.)


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